Leave your keyboard as long and pack the right range bag on your next hunting trip

If you’re a big time hunter, please understand that I can see why you insist on bringing your keyboard with you. When you have a battery powered keyboard, you can entertain yourself and your friends while you’re on the road.

You can also hone your keyboard skills as you wait, while you’re hunting. But here’s the problem, the essence of hunting, just like with fishing, is waiting. There is no such thing as an impatient hunter. Seriously, You’re going to be a lousy hunter, if you insist on being impatient on your hunting trip.

It’s just not going to work out. It’s definitely not going to live up to your expectations. You’re going to be bored out of your skull. You have to have patience, and that’s what’s awesome about hunting and fishing.

When you decide to go fishing, for example, the moment you cast your line on to the water, it’s not as if a fish would jump out and wrap its mouth around your hook. It doesn’t work that way. Often times, you have to wait hour upon hour, and then eventually come home empty handed.

That’s part of the game. That’s part of the experience, and guess what? Experienced fishermen, go back over and over again. The same goes with hunters. I wish I could tell you that every time you go hunting, you will come home with a wild pig or a big deer.

It would be really awesome if that was the case, wouldn’t it? You can proudly tell all your friends to wait up for you as you get back from hunting. They should expect a nice little feast because of the meat you’ll be bringing home.

It doesn’t work that way. But people who are into hunting, still go back on the hunting trail, even thought there’s a high chance that they will come back empty handed. Do you see how this works? So do yourself a big favor, leave your keyboard behind, and focus more on the experience.

It’s all about the patience. It’s all about the tracking. It’s all about enjoying Mother Nature, right there in raw, authentic, sincere and unvarnished way. That’s how you make sense of this experience. This is how you build yourself up and turn yourself into an experienced hunter.

If you bring around a keyboard, it’s too easy to get bored. And in fact, if you make the wrong noises, you might scare off the animals. That’s not a good thing. It’s definitely not a good start.

So do yourself a big favor, leave your keyboard behind, and pack the right range bag. The right range bag will have the right equipments, so you can do the job, right there and right then.

Posted by Sylvia Sullivan